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As My Game Jam Concludes, Three Winners Emerge.

As this was my first ranked game jam, I am very impressed with the results! Every game in the jam was so great, and the quality of every submission was very apparent. All the developers clearly put a lot of effort in their games; which made choosing select games above others that much more difficult... Here is the rundown of the results.

Overall we had three winners in four separate categories. The winner of the primary category, adventure feel, was Hide and Seek:

I like to consider this game the "winner among winner". The reasoning behind that description is that this game won first place in the jam's primary criteria. I got a chance to speak with the developer and interview her, and here is some of what was said, note that any questions were from me and she provided the responses.

1. Why did you decide to develop games?

"I've played games since I was a kid and have always wanted to make them. I was often discouraged in the past from making games. Last Septemb…


I have created a new game jam that I anticipate to be my new favorite!

Rune Generator

This was never meant to be a complicated tool, but it is interesting.


This game is ultimately pretty good. Was a bit difficult to understand at first, but once I did understand was simple. Then again, I'm not even sure if I am playing it right, although this seems like a simulation type game. Excellent work.

Fresh Batch of Great Video Games

I have been busy lately but not too busy to game!

What's not to love about this first game? The music is phenomenal, the gameplay is fluid and the camerawork in-game really adds a great touch!

This game does have some bugs, as does any game, but I think it is really intuitive!

I really love this game and it is well polished from my end, I could not find any bugs... except me doing the jitterbug to the music!

As always, feel free to comment your thoughts.

Today is a new day, and a lovely one.

First up is a generator, as you guys know, I love these things. I plan using some in my game's development. For now, you have this to play around with:

Also, here is an example of a complicated dungeon I made: